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Welcome to the website of the 36th International Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance, annual meeting of the European Research Group (GdRE) on Money Banking and Finance. The conference will be held at the Franche-Comté University, on wednesday 12th and friday 14th June 2018. It is locally organized by the research department CRESE.

Papers will be reviewed by multiple members of the Program Committee. Authors of accepted papers are expected to be available to serve as session chairs or discussants. On this website you will be able to submit an article between the 20th of November 2017 and the 18th of February 2018. Please read the submission rules before. To connect to your personal account or to register, then submit an article, click on Submit your article on the left menu.

CRESE

CRESE, EA3190, Research Center on economic strategies, is a French research laboratory supported by the Franche-Comté University. The lab covers a wide range of activities, relating to both fundamental research and applied research in economics.  It owns an Experimental Economics Lab and belongs to the ZAAJ (Zone Atelier de l'Arc Jurassien) for a local implementation. The department is composed of 22 permanent staff members (professors, research directors, university lecturers) and 7 PhD students. The scientific activity is divided into three research areas :

  • Money, Bank and Finance: it studies the impact of Monetary policies on financial markets (corporate, energy, microfinance) and global economy like financial stability.
  • Contracts, markets and regulations: this theme studies environmental and health systems regulation, auction mechanisms, contract theory and market performance.
  • Games, decisions and evaluations: this theme studies collective and individual decisions, notably discrimination and addiction, and the evaluation of public policies (the economics of law, the European economy and environmental responsibility).

The GDRE on Money, banking and Finance

The European research group, GDRE (Groupement De Recherche Européen) in Money, Banking and Finance is a French and international thematic network. It aims at enhancing collaborations between researchers in the fields of money, banking and finance from many universities and other institutions in France and abroad. Among research fields which are very active at the moment one may note: monetary theory, monetary and financial macroeconomics, international finance and financial stability, monetary and financial history, intermediation and financial systems, analysis of financial behaviours and asset price dynamics, banking risks and regulation, alternative finance…

The network actively collaborates with the Money, Macro and Finance Research Group based in the UK. The directors of the GDRE Money, Banking and Finance are Jean-Bernard Chatelain (Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES), University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne), and Alexis Direr (Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans (LEO), University of Orléans). They are in charge of the coordination of the program committee of the annual conference, among other scientific and administrative matters. The GDRE, established in 2007 is a research network which aggregates more than 15 research departments in France and abroad. It organizes an annual symposium in a different university every year where around 100 economists from universities, central banks and other financial institutions participate. This makes the conference one of the most prominent in Europe in the field of money banking and finance.

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